Arizona’s third largest city, Mesa is home to unique museums, scenic parks and activities for visitors of all ages. Stop by the Mesa Arts Center to view art and watch a theater performance, get to know Sonoran Desert plants by hiking through Usery Mountain Regional Park, and watch a baseball game at Hohokam Stadium.Best things to do in Mesa with kids include the Arizona Museum of Natural History and learn with hands-on exhibits at the i.d.e.a. Museum.
1. Mesa Arts Center
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Located on East Main Street in downtown Mesa, the Mesa Arts Center is a 210,000 square foot center for performing arts as well as visual arts. Opened in 2005, it is the largest arts complex of its kind in Arizona and one of the top Mesa attractions. The center consists of four performance venues, including the 99-seat Farnsworth Studio Theater and the 1,600-seat Ikeda Theater; five art galleries comprising 5,500 square feet of exhibition space for the Mesa Contemporary Arts center; and 14 performing and visual arts classroom studios.
Performances include Broadway shows and dance, drama, and music concerts. The center offers classes for adults and children such as field trips, school shows, and more. Mesa Arts Center is a great weekend destination. Browse our romantic weekend getaways in Arizona guide for more ideas.
One East Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-644-6500
2. Usery Mountain Regional Park
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Located on North Usery Pass Road, Usery Mountain Regional Park is a 3,648-acre park that offers camping locations, mountain biking and hiking trails, and scenic landscapes.
There are 73 campsites in the park, and these include hook ups, picnic tables, barbecue grills, and more.
There are more than 29 miles of trails in the park that can be used for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. Trails range from short and easy to long and difficult and offer visitors stunning views of the area.
The park hosts many special events such as Archery 101, Full Moon Hike, Movie Night in the Park, and many more. If you are looking for things to do in Mesa, AZ with kids, this is a great place to visit.
3939 North Usery Pass Road, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-984-0032
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3. Rose Garden at Mesa Community College
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Roses do bloom in the desert. In the Mesa Community College Rose Garden, more than 9,000 roses of 300 varieties bloom and thrive to the pleasure of visitors, tourists, students, and kids who come for a visit. This is the largest rose garden in the Southwest, and it is not only a beautiful garden to enjoy but also a study area and a botanic laboratory.
The garden was established in 1997 in a collaborative effort between Mesa Community College and the East Valley Mesa Rose Society. The garden depends on a large number of volunteers and donations for its maintenance and care.
There are some varieties of roses blooming almost any month of the year, but the best time to enjoy this magnificent garden is spring and fall when the vast number of roses in bloom create a riot of colors and the smell of open blooms is almost intoxicating.
1833 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-461-7022
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4. Hohokam Stadium
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Hohokam Stadium, located on North Center Street, is a 12,500-seat baseball park in Mesa. It is also known as the Dwight W. Patterson Field, and was formerly called Hohokam Park. Completed in 1997, the stadium is named after the Hohokam people, Native Americans who lived in this area of Arizona from about 1 AD to approximately 1450 AD. The original stadium was built in 1976 and was the spring training stadium for the Oakland Athletics and later for the Chicago Cubs.
The 1997 stadium was renovated in 2015, and the Oakland Athletics now use it once again for their spring training.
1235 North Center Street, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-644-4451
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5. Mesa Historical Museum
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The Mesa Historical Society established the Mesa Historical Museum in 1987, and it is located in the 1913 building that originally served as a school. Its auditorium was added in 1930 as a project of the Works Progress Administration. The museum building and the auditorium are listed on the National Register of Historic places.
The museum’s permanent collection contains a large number of objects that depict the history of Mesa, including a very good replica of an early adobe school. The museum also has a comprehensive collection of early agricultural tools. Three galleries host changing exhibits such as Hidden Mesa: Rediscovering the West and Come Fly With Us! Celebrating Thirty Years of the Boeing Company in Mesa.
2345 N Horne, Mesa, AZ 85203, Phone: 480-835-2286
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6. Arizona Museum of Natural History
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Located on North MacDonald, the Arizona Museum of Natural History exhibits displays related to the culture, habitat, and history of the Southwestern United States. It was founded in 1977 as a small museum in the Mesa City Hall, a historic building dating from 1937. Over the years as the museum’s collection grew, the building was expanded and now contains 74,000 square feet.
About 46,000 square feet are used for exhibitions that display the collection of 60,000 objects relating to the anthropology, art, cultural history, and natural history of the area. The museum also holds 10,000 historic photographs. In addition to its permanent collection, the museum mounts several temporary exhibits.
53 North Macdonald, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-644-2230, (website link)
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7. Temple Visitors' Center
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Mesa Arizona Temple is a LDS Church temple famous for its unique architecture, beautiful gardens, a stunning holiday light display and a nativity scene. Mormon missionaries at the visitors' center are available to answer questions about the temple grounds and the gardens. The annual Mesa Easter Pageant is held in March, letting visitors experience the story of Jesus Christ through music and dance.
525 East Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-964-7164
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8. Silver Star Theatre
Rivaling several Las Vegas dinner theatres, the Silver Star Dinner Theatre in Mesa offers a full calendar of very special productions each year. The theatre boasts tiered seating so that every audience member has a clear view of the stage. In addition, you can expect state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment to enhance your experience. The theatre hosts around 14 shows each season, covering all genres from Rock ‘n Roll to Country, Pop to Blues and Jazz to Big Band. In addition to their long list of music concerts they also host a very popular Murder Mystery Dinner Show and several Comedy shows. Of course, every show comes with a delicious dinner.
Silver Star Theatre, 5247 E. Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85205, 480-244-0300
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9. Commemorative Air Force Museum
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The Commemorative Air Force Museum is an aircraft museum located on North Greenfield Road. The museum was founded in 1978 with a donation of a World War II era B-17G aircraft named Sentimental Journey, and the first permanent hangar was built in 1985. As the number of aircraft grew, additional space was required, and a second building was constructed in 2003, giving the museum more than 30,000 square feet of exhibition and facility space.
The museum displays many aircraft as well as World War II artifacts and memorabilia. In addition to offering tours, the museum hosts many events and can be rented for special occasions.
2017 North Greenfield Road, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-924-1940
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10. Mesa Market Place Swap Meet
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Located on East Baseline Road close to the Superstition Mountains, the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is a large outdoor marketplace with vendors, live music in a food court, and more. Possibly the largest market place in Arizona, there are 900 merchants in 1,600 shops along a mile and a quarter of covered and handicap accessible shopping avenues.
If you are wondering what to do in Mesa with kids, this is a great place to visit.
Both locals and tourists enjoy shopping, walking around, and people watching while sampling the food at the food court and at the snack bars. Live entertainment is performed in the food court and the market hosts events such as a Car Show Event and much more.
10550 East Baseline Road, Mesa, Arizona, Phone: 480-380-5572
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11. Desert Belle Cruises
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Desert Belle Cruises, located on North Bush Highway in Mesa, offers narrated guided tours on Saguaro Lake. Launched in 1964, the Desert Belle is an air-conditioned ship that leads guests on a 90-minute tour around the lake, which is located within the Tonto National Forest just outside of Mesa.
Capable of accommodating 143 passengers, the two-level boat consists of outside covered seating on the second level and a partial lower level with air conditioning and a snack bar. Passengers enjoy magnificent views of the desert and high canyon walls, as well as Arizona wildlife including birds such as eagles, falcons, and hawks and mammals like bobcats, coyotes, mountain lions, and more.
14011 North Bush Highway, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-984-2425, (website link)
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12. Golfland Sunsplash
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Golfland Sunsplash is a one-of-a-kind seasonal family entertainment venue where everyone in your family will find something fun to do. The center is bursting at the seams with activities, starting with their Sunsplash Outdoor Water Park which offers hours of fun during the hot summer months. These include a Bumper Boat Lagoon, various thrilling rides and slides, the Thunder Bay Wavepool and the Toddler Tadpole Pool. When the weather is a bit too cool for the pool you can enjoy the Fastcar Raceway, miniature golf, Laser Tag and a host of fun games in the arcade at King Ben’s Castle. Season tickets are available for frequent visitors.
Golfland Sunsplash, 155 West Hampton Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85210, 480-834-8319
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13. Things to Do in Mesa: i.d.e.a. Museum
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The i.d.e.a. Museum is a children’s museum that encourages kids to see the world in a different way through art, imagination, and creativity. The museum had its beginnings in 1978 as the Arizona Museum for Youth, and it changed its name in 2014 to the i.d.e.a. Museum.
Three main indoor exhibit areas and an outside atrium offer visitors opportunities to engage their senses and use creativity. The galleries are designed for children of different ages, and there is something for everyone. ArtVille is designed as a play space for kids under the age of five, and it invites them to play in a town that is made of crayons, paintbrushes, and glitter glue and full of colors, shapes and forms.
The HUB, a gallery with 11 interactive spaces, allows children to create artwork using recycled materials, create music, and dance to forest sounds. Kids learn about science, problem solving, or inventions through different games and play spaces. The museum is a wonderful space to spend a rainy afternoon. Kids will learn a lot just by playing and having fun.
150 W. Pepper Place, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-644-2468
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14. T.C. Eggington's
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Many of us start the day with a coffee on the run or a bowl of cold cereal, but T.C. Eggington’s proposes a few superior options: freshly baked cinnamon buns fried in custard batter, pastries stuffed with crabs, or apple walnut muffins. If you make it a brunch, you can even have a mimosa with your meal.
This warm eatery filled with a delightful aroma has been treating Mesa residents with a proper breakfast or brunch for the last 30 years. On the weekends, the pleasant country-kitchen atmosphere draws in many of families that indulge in their omelets, pastries, and eggs in every shape and form.
They go through 8,000 eggs every week, and no two dishes are the same. They also serve great, healthy lunches with imaginative salads and soups made from scratch every day.
1660 South Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-345-9288
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15. Babbo Italian Eatery
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A sleek, modern eatery located in The Shoppes at Parkwood Ranch, Babbo is a popular Mesa Italian restaurant where families gather over delicious meals of Italian classics and American comfort food. Don’t let the unassuming décor and unpretentious menu fool you, the food is superbly prepared with unique flair using the freshest local, seasonal ingredients. Classics such as bruschetta come with toppings like roasted red bell pepper and goat cheese or fig & prosciutto topped with arugula. Besides traditional homemade pastas, they also serve zucchini noodles with spicy marinara, tomato, anchovy paste, onion and fresh basil. Babbo’s has a full bar as well as Italian sodas.
The Shoppes at Parkwood Ranch, 10726 E Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ 85209, Phone: 480-354-2322
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16. Things to Do in Mesa: Organ Stop Pizza
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There is nothing like Organ Stop Pizza anywhere else; it’s a pizza parlor where the pizza oven is not the star of the show. In fact, the entire restaurant is built to accommodate the biggest Wurlitzer organ in the world. And yes, they do have pizzas too.
This interesting restaurant concept has been a feature of Mesa for the last ten years, and Organ Stop Pizza has been the venue for many concerts, fundraisers, and community events. People come for the pizza and wonderful music – the organ was built in 1927 for a Denver theatre and has been significantly enlarged and refurbished since then.
They serve delicious pizzas, and the clients choose which ingredients they want – nothing is set in stone. There is also a gluten-free pizza, along with salads, pastas, sodas, beer and wine.
1149 E Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-813-5700
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17. Saguaro Lake Ranch Stables
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Located on North Bush Highway in Mesa, the Saguaro Lake Ranch Stables offers horseback riding and trail rides in the Sonoran Desert and Goldfield Mountain Range. There are several choices for rides, from half an hour up to two hour rides, all led by experienced guides. The guides take riders along ridges with saguaro cactus plants and along the Salt River and across dry arroyos to the top of hills that offer breathtaking views of the area, including Saguaro Lake.
These rides are popular because they give guests the feeling of riding horseback like cowboys during the days of the Wild West. The ranch operates from October 1 through May 1.
13050 North Bush Highway, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-984-0335
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18. Baby Kay's Cajun Kitchen
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Baby Kay’s has been the go-to place in Mesa for a bowl of gumbo or a plate of jambalaya since 1989. The restaurant instantly transports you to quintessential New Orleans with dark red walls, vintage furniture, recycled barn wood wainscoting, and refurbished windows with wood latches.
The menu is the original Baby Kay Romero menu, which dates back to the times Kay Romero was running this unique Cajun kitchen in Colorado. The crawfish, which do not live in the area, are shipped every few days from New Orleans, but everything else is sourced locally from suppliers such as Barb's Bakery and Schreiner's Sausage. They make their salad dressings fresh every day.
The best option if you want an introduction to Cajun and Creole cuisine is a combo of gumbo, crawfish, and jambalaya. Soft background live music featuring popular jazz, blues, and bluegrass tunes completes the New Orleans vibe.
2051 S. Dobson Rd, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-800-4811
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19. Angry Crab Shack Mesa
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Angry Crab Shack is the kind of place where the tablecloth is made of wax paper and they strap a bib on you as you enter. The walls feature flat screen TVs and about million signatures – everyone leaves one. Don’t expect any cutlery, because that is what you have fingers for!
You cannot get more Cajun than what they will offer you at Angry Crab Shack – you’ll find all kinds of sea goodies, including crawfish, shrimp, crawfish, lobsters, blue (in season) and Dungeness crabs. All seafood is cooked in a mix of rich spices that enhance the fresh, tender meat. Whatever you choose, they will offer you a sauce to go with it, at which point you are on your own: you can get anything from no heat to “scorching scorpion.”
If you are not familiar with Cajun food, definitively try some frog legs and alligator nuggets, just so you can say you tried them. They also serve some nice local craft beers in addition to their regular beers on tap and sodas.
2740 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-730-2722
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20. Vertuccio Farms
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You can leave the city behind you when you take the family into the country to enjoy some farm-style family entertainment. Vertuccio Farms invite you to come and enjoy their 2 annual farm events, namely the Fall Festival in October and Lights at the Farm around Christmas time. The Fall Festival heralds a weekend of family fun where kids (and adults) can enjoy exploring the Corn Maze and choosing the ideal Halloween pumpkin. There is also a petting zoo where city kids can get to know some farm animals and lots of other fun things to do. At Christmas time you can bring the children to enjoy the amazing synchronized Christmas Lights Show and all the fun activities on offer.
Vertuccio Farms, 4011 S. Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85212, 480-882-1482
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21. Flancer's, Mesa, Arizona
There are sandwiches and then there are Flancer’s sandwiches. You would never guess it from the casual, understated décor, but they do not call their food “gourmet grub” for nothing. They start with their own bread, of which they have several kinds, including multigrain and gluten-free. Then, they stuff it with interesting mixes such as chicken with marinated prickly pear.
Their Club Sandwich has turkey, ham, bacon, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, green chili, mayo, and avocado. Besides sandwiches, you can also get burgers, salads and pizzas, which include more interesting gourmet options such as roasted wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, home-made sausages, fresh basil, and balsamic glaze.
You won’t find any boring pizzas at Flancer’s. They have a small selection of beers and wine, but you might want to try their spiked prickly pear lemonade, with prickly pear juice and vodka.
1902 North Higley Road., Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-396-0077
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22. Things to Do in Mesa: Nunthaporn's Thai Cuisine
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Thai food is an acquired taste, but once you acquire it, you will start to crave it everywhere you go. Nunthaporn’s Thai Cuisine is one of those modest looking places that has the ability to surprise you with authentic flavors and a nice choice of dishes, some traditional and some new and innovative.
The restaurant is located on the Main Street in historic downtown Mesa, and you can enjoy people watching on the promenade while munching on some spring rolls or chicken satay sticks. The restaurant specializes in green curries, but the menu is extensive and there is something for everyone.
If you are looking for unique date ideas in Mesa, this is a great place to try. All dishes are made from fresh, seasonal ingredients and cooked Thai style- crisp, bursting with unforgettable flavors. Be careful when ordering; some dishes are too spicy for the uninitiated.
17 W Main St, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-649-6140
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23. Augusta Ranch Golf Club
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Augusta Ranch Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course famous for its excellent playing conditions and very challenging layout. While it is very popular among people new to the game, players of any ability level can go out and enjoy playing golf while using every single club in the bag and enjoying every minute of it.
The course is great for busy professionals who do not have much time to indulge in their favorite sport because at Augusta Ranch, golfers can play all 18 holes in about three hours. The club has PGA instructors for visitors’ first lessons or for tune-up lessons for more experienced players who wish to improve their game.
The club hosts frequent clinics, tournaments, and leagues, including the popular Night Golf, which stipulates the use of glowballs.
2401 S. Lansing, Mesa, AZ, Phone: 480-354-1234
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24. Riverview Park
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The recently renovated Riverview Park is located on West Eighth Street at the northwest corner of Rio Salado Parkway and Dobson. The park is a popular recreation destination with an amazing playground that includes features such as a 60-foot long rope climbing area, a 50-foot high climbing tower, two separate play areas for younger and older children, shaded picnic tables, a fountain, and much more.
There is also a splash pad area with many water features as well as the Community Fishing Lake, which the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks with fish throughout the year. Within Riverview Park is Sloan Park, the Spring Training Facility for the Chicago Cubs.
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25. Las Sendas Golf Club
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Immaculately carved out of the dessert, the Las Sendas Golf Club is considered to be one of the best golf clubs in Arizona. The 19-hole championship course was designed by the renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones. Jr. in 1995. Today visitors will find a mature, manicured course which welcomes players of all abilities to come and hone their skills. Located at an altitude of 1800 feet above the dessert floor, the course is at once challenging and ultimately enjoyable to play. The well-stocked pro shop can provide anything your need for your round and golf lessons are available at the Las Sendas Golf Academy.
Las Sendas Golf Club, 7555 E. Eagle Crest Drive, Mesa, AZ 85207, 480-396-4000
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Mesa Escape Rooms
The escape room trend has taken the US by storm and Mesa in Arizona is no exception; in fact, it is one of the largest facilities of its kind anywhere in the world. You and your team or family can choose from one of 15 thought-fully created escape rooms which will test your ingenuity to the limit. Newbies can start off with one of the 6 entry level escape rooms which can accommodate varying numbers of players. Once you have visited a few times you will be ready to take on the medium and difficult rooms. There is also one room especially for children aged 6 to 12.
Mesa Escape Rooms, 86 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201, 602-632-1542
Attraction Spotlight: Commemorative Air Force Museum
The Commemorative Air Force Museum is located at the municipal airport in Mesa, Arizona and displays historic aircraft and related artifacts. Exhibits tell personal stories of heroism and the history of flight from just prior to World War II through the present day. Displays include aircraft, artifacts, photographs and drawings, as well as old uniforms and flags. ‘Bomber Alley’ shows a collection of bomber airplanes from the 1940’s through today.
The exhibit includes 12 historic bomber jackets and a display of original artwork that graced the planes and jackets. A Tuskeegee Airmen exhibit educates guests on the history of African American pilots in the Air Force. The WASPs, Women in Air Force Service Pilots exhibit tells the history of women’s service in World War II. Other exhibits focus on Prisoner’s of War, the Doolittle Raiders, the Aztec Eagles, and the Flying Tigers. An Arizona ‘Walk of Fame’ honors Arizonan heroes. The museum displays close to 50 aircraft from World War I through Vietnam, including a B-17G bomber. The rare plane is one of just 10 in the world still capable of flying.
The bomber, named “Sentimental Journey” was the first to be repaired and restored by the museum. Other notable aircraft in the collection include a B-25J Mitchell, “Made in the Shade,” one of World War II’s most versatile aircraft. Made in the Shade flew 15 combat missions over Italy in 1944, mostly targeting railroad bridges. A PT-17 Stearman is an open-air biplane, a trainer plane in which many of the US Air Force pilots learned to fly between 1930 and 1940. A 1937 C-45 Expeditor was used for transport and photographic reconnaissance during World War II. Originally introduced as a civilian plane, visitors may recognize the C-45 from the closing scene in the movie, Casablanca. In addition to the aircraft and artifacts, the museum maintains an oral history of Veteran’s stories through its Living Legends program.
History: The museum’s origins go back to 1951 when a group of five friends pooled their money to purchase a surplus Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. Over the next 10 years, the group began to perform at air shows, and to search in earnest for the historic planes that were becoming more difficult to find. When they noticed the public was just as interested in the aircraft as they were, they formed a non-profit organization, the Commemorative Air Force, and invited other veterans to join. Since the formation of the organization in 1961, the Commemorative Air Force now has over 13,000 members and volunteer-led units all over the world who come together to save and preserve historic war craft.
The museum in Arizona is the home of just one of the CAF’s worldwide units, and began in 1977 when Mike Clark, a Phoenix resident, donated a rare Boeing B-17G to the fleet. The project of restoring the B-17G spurred the search for a facility in which to showcase, repair and preserve additional planes. That same year, the museum opened at Falcon Field, Mesa’s municipal airport.
Ongoing Programs and Education: ‘EduVentures’ take guests through the history of aircraft from World War II to the present day. Climb Aboard tours of several aircraft are available. Guests can get aboard a B-17 and B-25 bomber as well as a C-47 secret mission cargo plane. The Working Mechanics Hanger offers daily tours of the museum’s operational repair shop. Guests experience engines revving and may ask questions of the volunteer mechanics. Several of the planes have been fully restored and are able to take guests on short flights over Arizona. During the summer months, the fleet tours across the United States and Canada, offering flights and performing at air shows.
During the autumn and winter months, the fleet returns to the Arizona museum for flights. Guests can fly aboard eight of the planes in the museum’s collection, including the B-17 “Sentimental Journey,” the first aircraft to be donated and restored by the museum, the B-25J Bomber “Maid in the Shade” and the C-47 Cargo “Old Number 30.” The C-47 is the most decorated plane in the collection, having received the Presidential Unit Citation award for its involvement in combat during World War II. On Veteran’s Day each November the museum hosts an “Annual Gathering of Legends” event honoring Veterans from all wars, with a focus on World War II. Veterans are invited to share their stories with the museum, and record them for preservation in the Living Legends exhibit.
2017 N. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215, Phone: 480-351-6032
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